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Naval Operations and Seamanship: Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps By Naval Service Training Command
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The Naval Operations and Seamanship curriculum guide is designed to be a primary resource to the instructor in preparing lesson plans to ensure a broad yet thorough education in basic surface ship... More > navigation and operations. Regardless of the extent to which the lessons in this curriculum guide are implemented or the number of credit hours offered by the host university for this course, it is the responsibility of the individual NROTC instructor to ensure all Professional Core Competencies related to this topic are adequately attained.< Less
Navy Seaman - NAVEDTRA 14067 - (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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1. Watches 2. Watchstanders' Equipment 3. Marlinespike Seamanship 4. Deck Seamanship 5. Boat Seamanship 6. Ammunition and Gunnery.
Til Sjøs By Walther Ludvigsen
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Walther Ludvigsen var lidenskapelig opptatt av båter og hav hele sitt liv. Han dro til sjøs da han var femten år gammel. Dette er hans beretning om livet som sjømann i... More > årene fra 1927 til 1947, illustrert med bilder fra hans egne album.< Less
Sailors Tacking From Murder By Bob Gebhardt
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A down to earth, wealthy and industrious young woman, who was quite fond and compassionate for her elderly uncle, became mired in down in his Murder. This uncle is the source of her original wealth... More > and was to name her in his will. She was not only a suspect; she became the subject of mortal danger from others who conspired to receive her part of his estate. Her Uncle Stan always tried to push her and other close relatives into accomplishing great things. In his elder and sickly years Jill continued catering to her uncle by visiting him and frequently reading adventures of sailing the Caribbean to him and pretending they were the participants. On his death he continued challenging her and others, in his will, and in this case to become sailors, as in their lounge chair adventures. To receive an additional portion of the inheritance she and others were challenged to learn to sail and single hand a sizable sailboat from North Florida to Key West but sabotage was on the menu.< Less
Sailors Tacking From Murder By Bob Gebhardt
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A down to earth, wealthy and industrious young woman, who was quite fond and compassionate for her elderly uncle, became mired in down in his Murder. This uncle is the source of her original wealth... More > and was to name her in his will. She was not only a suspect; she became the subject of mortal danger from others who conspired to receive her part of his estate. Her Uncle Stan always tried to push her and other close relatives into accomplishing great things. In his elder and sickly years Jill continued catering to her uncle by visiting him and frequently reading adventures of sailing the Caribbean to him and pretending they were the participants. On his death he continued challenging her and others, in his will, and in this case to become sailors, as in their lounge chair adventures. To receive an additional portion of the inheritance she and others were challenged to learn to sail and single hand a sizable sailboat from North Florida to Key West but sabotage was on the menu.< Less
Sailors Tacking from Murder By Bob Gebhardt
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A down to earth, wealthy and industrious young woman, who was quite fond and compassionate for her elderly uncle, became mired in down in his Murder. This uncle is the source of her original wealth... More > and was to name her in his will. She was not only a suspect; she became the subject of mortal danger from others who conspired to receive her part of his estate. Her Uncle Stan always tried to push her and other close relatives into accomplishing great things. In his elder and sickly years Jill continued catering to her uncle by visiting him and frequently reading adventures of sailing the Caribbean to him and pretending they were the participants. On his death he continued challenging her and others, in his will, and in this case to become sailors, as in their lounge chair adventures. To receive an additional portion of the inheritance she and others were challenged to learn to sail and single hand a sizable sailboat from North Florida to Key West but sabotage was on the menu.< Less
Sailors Tacking From Murder By Bob Gebhardt
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A down to earth, wealthy and industrious young woman, who was quite fond and compassionate for her elderly uncle, became mired in down in his Murder. This uncle is the source of her original wealth... More > and was to name her in his will. She was not only a suspect; she became the subject of mortal danger from others who conspired to receive her part of his estate. Her Uncle Stan always tried to push her and other close relatives into accomplishing great things. In his elder and sickly years Jill continued catering to her uncle by visiting him and frequently reading adventures of sailing the Caribbean to him and pretending they were the participants. On his death he continued challenging her and others, in his will, and in this case to become sailors, as in their lounge chair adventures. To receive an additional portion of the inheritance she and others were challenged to learn to sail and single hand a sizable sailboat from North Florida to Key West but sabotage was on the menu.< Less
Sailors Tacking from Murder (Large Print) By Bob Gebhardt
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A down to earth, wealthy and industrious young woman, who was quite fond and compassionate for her elderly uncle, became mired in down in his Murder. This uncle is the source of her original wealth... More > and was to name her in his will. She was not only a suspect; she became the subject of mortal danger from others who conspired to receive her part of his estate. Her Uncle Stan always tried to push her and other close relatives into accomplishing great things. In his elder and sickly years Jill continued catering to her uncle by visiting him and frequently reading adventures of sailing the Caribbean to him and pretending they were the participants. On his death he continued challenging her and others, in his will, and in this case to become sailors, as in their lounge chair adventures. To receive an additional portion of the inheritance she and others were challenged to learn to sail and single hand a sizable sailboat from North Florida to Key West but sabotage was on the menu.< Less
Captains Courageous By Rudyard Kipling
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Real men don’t take guff from snotty kids. Neither does Disko Troop, skipper of the “We’re Here”, a fishing schooner out of Gloucester, Massachusetts, when his crew fishes... More > Harvey Cheyne out of the Atlantic. There’s no place on the Grand Banks for bystanders, so Harvey is press-ganged into service as a replacement for a man lost overboard and drowned. Harvey is heir to a vast fortune, but his rescuers believe none of what he tells them of his background. Disko won’t take the boat to port until it is full of fish, so Harvey must settle in for a season at sea. Hard, dangerous work and performing it alongside a grab-bag of characters in close quarters is a life-changing experience.< Less
Captains Courageous By Rudyard Kipling
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Captains Courageous is a novel, by Rudyard Kipling, that follows the adventures of fifteen-year-old Harvey Cheyne Jr., the arrogant and spoiled son of a railroad tycoon. Harvey Cheyne is the son of a... More > wealthy railroad magnate raised (and quite thoroughly spoiled) by his over-indulgent parents. Washed overboard from a transatlantic steamship and rescued by fishermen on the Grand Banks, the young Harvey cannot persuade them to take him ashore, nor convince them of his wealth. However, the Captain of the We're Here, Disko Troop, offers him a job as part of the crew until they return to port. With no other choice, Harvey accepts. There follows a series of trials and adventures where the boy learns to adjust to his rough new life, and with the help of his friend, the captain's son, Dan Troop, he makes fine progress. Eventually, the schooner returns to port and Harvey wires his parents. Harvey's mother rewards the seaman who initially rescued Harvey.< Less